Neoseeker : News : Witcher series tops 4 million sales
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Aussie Legend Jul 12, 12
Very very well deserved, both for the games (which have been amazing) and for the development team over at CD Project Red (which have been one of the most open and honest dev teams of recent memory).

Looking forward to seeing what they have next in store, which for the time being is the very interesting looking 'cyberpunk'.
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THM Jul 12, 12
Some say this game has sex scenes...I still have yet to try it....
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daveyd Jul 12, 12
THM Yes, there are sex scenes, but it's nothing extremely graphic. There is very brief female nudity early in the game but other than that all "sex scenes" are totally optional and less graphic than what you would see on HBO or a typical R-rated film.

Anyway, this is a great game series so you should check it out. It isn't necessary to play the first game (which is only on PC) to appreciate Witcher 2, but it may add to the experience.
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Spark Jul 12, 12
Witcher 2 is an amazing game, well deserved.
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chautemoc Jul 12, 12
quote daveyd
Anyway, this is a great game series so you should check it out. It isn't necessary to play the first game (which is only on PC) to appreciate Witcher 2, but it may add to the experience.
I've been slogging through TW1 on and off for years. The sometimes terrible performance makes it harder than it should be.
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BlackScythe Jul 12, 12
Good to hear. Witcher was great, it had the flaws one would expect from a developers first game but they really kicked it up a notch going into Witcher 2. Really excited for the new IP from CD Projekt Red.
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